BAGHDAD / long-Presse
The spokesman for the international coalition Steve Warren, Tuesday, that the organization of Daash represents a danger to the whole world, and pointed out that the international coalition depends on its forces in Iraq and the elimination of regulation. The description of Sinjar editing process as "strategic process", pointed out that they cut Daash supply in the city of Mosul.
Warren said, in an interview to a number of media, including (range Press), at the American Embassy in Baghdad, said that "the organization of Daash represents a danger to the whole world, and this is what happened during the Paris, Beirut and Egypt bombings and the recent bombings in Baghdad."
He added Warren that " international coalition depends on Iraq and its security forces in the elimination of al Daash, "noting that" the international coalition has so far killed more than 1000 items of organizing Daash through air strikes.
"The US official described the liberalization of Sinjar process to" quality process ", He praised the "Peshmerga forces and the forces that participated in the liberation of the judiciary."
He pointed Warren that "the liberalization process of elimination has in collaboration with the international coalition which carried out more than 50 air strike against the organization to eliminate the presence of American advisers on Mount Sinjar with the leaders of the Peshmerga forces."
In another context, a spokesman for the international coalition said the latest "managed during the last week of the murder of two of the most dangerous organization Daash leaders and two each from Abu Nabil Libyan Mohammed Mazi."
He noted Warren, that "the best fighter the international coalition is targeting the organization Daash in Iraq," stressing that "supply Iraq with all it needs to fight against al-Daash."
It is noteworthy that the United States is leading an international coalition against al Daash, in Iraq and Syria, as shown more countries wish to participate in this campaign, after growing risk regulation and the accession number of the citizens of these countries the ranks of the organization and the fear of returning to carry out operations within their own countries.
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